Declassified CIA documents have cast doubt on Hitler’s suicide

Adolf Hitler (archival photo)

Declassified us documents from the archives of the CIA indirectly confirm that the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler did not commit suicide in 1945, but fled to Latin America. This writes Sputnik Brasil.

One of the informants us intelligence in 1955 reported that a former SS Philip Citroen allegedly met after the Second world war with Hitler, hiding in Colombia under the name of Sattelmayer. In the report of the agent States that the Citroen, as a member of the Royal Dutch steamship company, was in contact with the führer about once a month. This happened during travel from Venezuela to Colombia.

In proof of the documents was the attached photo of Citroen with a man like Adolf Hitler, made in 1954 in Tunja (West of Columbia). After some time, according to the informant of the CIA, Hitler moved to Argentina.

According to the official version, Adolf Hitler with his wife Eva Braun committed suicide on 30 April 1945 in Berlin during the assault on the German capital by Soviet troops. Their bodies were burned in the garden of the Reich Chancellery.

October 27, by order of the President of the United States Donald trump was declassified archives of the secret services connected including with the assassination of the 35th American President John Kennedy. Documents uploaded to a special section of the website of the National archives of the United States.